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AGORACOM Client – Avalon Ventures – Rings Opening Bell On TSX

Posted by AGORACOM at 12:44 PM on Thursday, March 27th, 2008

I’m very proud to announce that one of our longest and best supporting clients, Avalon Ventures, rang the bell and opened the TSX markets today. Avalon traded on the TSX Venture (VSE in the old days) for 13 years but officially graduated to the TSX on February 28.

They are up on the front page of the but probably only for the day, so I took the liberty of posting the picture here for everybody. We also have video of the event that will be coming in over the next couple of days. I’ll post it at that time.

Congratulations to Don Bubar, Avalon’s President & CEO, as well as, his entire team. Don is the star of the show for piloting the company through rough market conditions a few years back – and now ending up on the big board.

During his speech, Don was also gracious enough to thank his management team and supporters of the Company during the resource bear market years. A class act.

Congratulations to everybody that attended at the invitation of Don for their support over the years. We look forward to more great things out of Avalon in the years to come.

For those of you that are new to the Avalon Ventures story, do yourself a favour and take a closer look by visiting their HUB or website.

Avalon Ventures Ltd. is a Canadian junior mineral exploration and development company with a primary focus on the rare metals and minerals that are in increasing demand for environmentally-beneficial high technology applications. These include lithium, tantalum, cesium, beryllium, indium, gallium, rare earth elements (“REE”) such as neodymium and terbium and rare minerals such as calcium feldspar.

UPDATE: We now have 2 videos from the ceremony. One video contains the opening remarks from both Don Bubar and TSX representatives. The second video is a quick interview with me and Don in front of the TSX stock board with the Avalon logo behind us. Both of the videos can be found here.


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